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We’re going to take a appear at some start out or sit guidance for two Tennessee Titans wide receivers, A.J. Brown and Adam Humphries.

The respective tales of Tennessee Titans wide receivers Adam Humphries and A.J. Brown had been very various in Week 1. Brown had a standout functionality against the Cleveland Browns, even though Humphries’ displaying was forgettable.

So, exactly where do we stand on beginning or sitting either of these players against the Indianapolis Colts in Week two? We’re going to break it all down.

Tennessee Titans WR, A.J. Brown

CLEVELAND, OH – SEPTEMBER 08: A.J. Brown #11 of the Tennessee Titans appears for operating space in the initial quarter as Damarious Randall #23 of the Cleveland Browns and Morgan Burnett #42 of the Cleveland Browns close in at FirstEnergy Stadium on September 08, 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio . (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Photos)

A.J. Brown: Start off

Titans rookie receiver A.J. Brown undoubtedly got his profession off on the appropriate foot in Week 1, as he totaled 100 yards on 3 catches (4 targets) in the standard season opener against the Browns.

Not only did he show terrific route-operating, but the Titans’ 2019 second-round choose also displayed his capability to produce yards immediately after the catch on his 51-yard reception, thanks to strong speed and terrific physicality. In total, Brown had two catches of 47 yards or much more.

Week two brings a favorable matchup against a Colts secondary that permitted 13.three yards per reception against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 1, and does not sport an elite corner in either the slot or on the outdoors.

Brown can line up in either of these two spots and will have lots of space to function and possibilities for significant plays now that the Colts have to concentrate on stopping Derrick Henry.

Tennessee Titans WR, Adam Humphries.

CLEVELAND, OH – SEPTEMBER 08: Damarious Randall #23 of the Cleveland Browns leans in to break up a initial quarter pass intended for Adam Humphries #10 of the Tennessee Titans at FirstEnergy Stadium on September 08, 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio . (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Photos)

Adam Humphries: Sit

When I’m optimistic on Brown and fellow wideout, Corey Davis, I just do not really feel the exact same about Adam Humphries. The former Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver totaled just one particular catch on two targets in Week 1, and turned that catch into a measly 5 yards.

It is anticipated that Humphries will catch largely quick passes getting the slot receiver, but the trouble is if Marcus Mariota is seeking more than the middle of the field involving Humphries and Delanie Walker, he’s most likely to go to Walker, who is his preferred target.

This creates the sort of competitors that must be concerned fantasy owners of Humphries moving forward. Till Humphries can show he’s capable of placing up viable fantasy numbers, he desires to be left on the bench, or even dropped totally for a receiver in a superior circumstance.

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